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The Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL) invites applications for the position of AIML Program Manager. This is a 2-year term contract position.

We are seeking an experienced, knowledgeable, energetic and confident individual to fill a critical role managing OCUL’s Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning (AIML) program. This is an opportunity to learn and discover with OCUL as our organization explores these technologies and their implications for academic libraries.

The Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL) seeks library or information studies students and recent graduates interested in providing French and English academic reference assistance through our Scholars Portal virtual reference service, Ask a Librarian/Clavardez avec nos bibliothécaires.

We are thrilled to announce that nominations are open for the 2024 OCUL Award!

The OCUL Outstanding Contribution Award recognizes exemplary achievements in advancing the OCUL Way or the consortium's strategic priorities. This annual award celebrates the dedication and ingenuity of OCUL colleagues who embody the values of networking, collaboration and community.

The Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL) Task Force on Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence has released its final report and strategy, following up on its interim report published in March 2024.

Scholaris is a national shared repository service that provides hosted infrastructure and support for Canadian institutional repositories. The service is managed by Scholars Portal and developed by the Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL), the Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL), University of Toronto Libraries (UTL), regional consortia, expert groups and members of the Canadian institutional repository community.

The Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL) is pleased to call for member nominations for subcommittees and working groups, under the Information Resources Standing Committee and the Collaborative Futures Steering Committee.

Information resources (IR) and Collaborative Futures (CF) are key initiatives of OCUL and reflect a commitment to advancing research, teaching, and learning through the shared development and delivery of transformative services, resources, and digital research infrastructure for the province's universities. 

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